The peregrine team is proud to announce the 1.0 RC1 release of the peregrine project.
peregrine as an open source framework covers several aspects of instant messaging within an Easy-To-Use Qt API.
Our motivation is to provide:
peregrine QML components
peregrine QML components present an easy and convenient way to use a chat inside your application. The peregrine QML components provide the basic widgets needed to start, maintain and organize different means of communication. peregrine QML components are not hooked up with a specific UX, they allow you to use your own components, the Nokia-Qt-Components or MeeGo Ux.
They run on all MeeGo Core 1.2, and Nokia Harmattan compliant operating systems.
peregrine library got a huge update, coming now with a more convenient usage and API then ever before, together with our open source clients and components as reference it was never so easy to get into it.
Beside the pure framework we also worked on two client applications running peregrine.
peregrine Handset will be released on Ovi Store for Nokia N9 and will be included into MeeGo CE. Our first release will not yet be a full replacement of the build-in Communication App, but will provide you with a more concentrated access to your current communication.
Checkout the video to get a better idea of peregrine on N9.
peregrine Tablet is included by default on KDE Plasma Active and can be installed on any MeeGo 1.2 Tablet and Netbook Release. However it is still in a study state and does not yet provide 'end-user-quality'. But we think it's good enough to share.
fo n950 you need this too
[01/09/2011 16:27:32] Jeremias Bosch: find http://wiki.peregrine-communicator.org/display/app/Media
[01/09/2011 16:28:27] Jeremias Bosch: http://wiki.peregrine-communicator.org/display/app/2011/08/31/Release+RC1+of+peregrine+1.0+%27The+Jump%27
[01/09/2011 16:34:46] Jeremias Bosch: 🙂
[01/09/2011 16:35:03] Jeremias Bosch: so finally RC1 done now straight to ovi